Tuesday, April 8th 2014

MAINGEAR Offers AMD Radeon R9 295X2 Graphics In Desktops

MAINGEAR, an award-winning PC system builder offering custom desktops, notebooks and workstations has just added AMD Radeon R9 295X2 graphics card solution to their award winning up desktop offerings.

The new AMD Radeon R9 295X2 graphics card was engineered for ultimate performance and for the first time in industry history, the graphics card reference design ships with an advanced closed-loop water cooling system. Hardcore gamers and PC enthusiasts will enjoy cool temperatures that are also extremely quiet during the high demand of their PCs right out the box without any tweaking.

MAINGEAR's SHIFT will fit a single card configuration, while the Rush and Force desktops can be outfitted with dual card options. All MAINGEAR systems with this new card will take advantage of PC games enabled with AMD Mantle that offers high quality imagery and performance. For those gamers looking to get a maxed out performance, they can setup for ultra-settings with 4K gaming and even get over two million pixel more than 4k by combining give HD screens in an AMD Eyefinity Setup. The MAINGEAR RUSH will have its own AMD R9 295X2 Edition that offers two graphics cards and is painted in a Ferrari Red exterior color called the MAINGEAR Rush Vesuvius Edition.

"We're excited for the introduction of the AMD Radeon R9 295X2 to Maingear's system lineup, enabling a first-class gaming experience with the world's fastest graphics card," said Matt Skynner, corporate vice president and general manager, Graphics Business Unit, AMD. "With the AMD Radeon R9 295X2, ultra-enthusiast gamers can effortlessly run any game at maximum settings in 4K while benefiting from industry-acclaimed Mantle to maximize performance."

"When we add a new card to our lineup, we always put it through its paces, "said Wallace Santos CEO of MAINGEAR, "Our commitment to only integrating the best parts available completely represents itself in the AMD Radeon R9 295X2, the build quality of the card, the new innovative features, and the over the top performance truly earns it its place in a MAINGEAR machine."

All MAINGEAR custom build PC products are supported with lifetime labor and phone support with one to three year hardware warranty.
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8 Comments on MAINGEAR Offers AMD Radeon R9 295X2 Graphics In Desktops

#1
Devon68
I know the cards are water/air cooled but I would never advise using cards in this setup. The top card has no room to breathe.
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#2
Fairlady-z
I dont see an issue breath there at all. I ran my pair of GTX 780's like that just fine with minimal temp difference. I was told the same thing swapped out the mobo and case, and saw no real gain maybe one or two C. I think this is a none issue, and only problem I see is that freakin psu needs sleeving lol... wtf such a clean build than that haha.
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#3
9700 Pro
Looks very nice, but damn that case is ugly. Maybe suits for some 13yr kids or something.
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#4
Sasqui
I just want to see frame rates of 2x 290x2's!
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#5
ensabrenoir
by: Sasqui
I just want to see frame rates of 2x 290x2's!
.....what he said^^ x2.....that thing should be a total beast amongst beast
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#6
xorbe
by: Devon68
I know the cards are water/air cooled but I would never advise using cards in this setup. The top card has no room to breathe.
Like you said, they are water-cooled. The fan will be fine to keep a bit of circulation, it doesn't appear to be a primary cooling device from the tear-down photos that were posted.
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#7
nem
wtf that monster beat all around
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#8
GWcomputersAl
by: Devon68
I know the cards are water/air cooled but I would never advise using cards in this setup. The top card has no room to breathe.
The fan in the middle has nothing to do with the GPUs so there is no problem with overheating. The GPUs are cooled by the watercooling system and the air is taken from the fan outside mounted in the radiator, the fan in the middle is to cool the VRM and ram and for that is enough room. So i think there is no problem. Anyway the only problem i see here is maybe because of crossfire and AMD drivers problem..."Stuttering Here I Come" :P
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